Residents For A More Beautiful Port Washington (RFMBPW) will host a public meeting in conjunction with their annual meeting on “The Future of Bay Walk.” RFMBPW invites anyone with an interest in the expansion of this Manhasset Bay shoreline greenway trail to join us on Thursday evening, November 7th at 7PM at the Port Washington Public Library.
Port Washington North Mayor Bob Weitzner, the keynote speaker, will present schematic designs for phase II of Bay Walk, “Bay Walk Park,” a passive park along Bay Walk that will include a kayak launch area into a lagoon, shade sails and bicycle racks. Robert Brinkmann, Chief of Sustainability for Manorhaven Village and Professor of Geology, Environment and Sustainability at Hofstra University will share Manorhaven’s progress along Bay Walk, including a new dog park. Gina L. Sillitti, Deputy Chief of Staff/Director of Legislative Affairs Office of the Supervisor, Town of North Hempstead will share planning efforts underway by the Town’s Bay Walk Steering Committee to extend Bay Walk from the Town Dock all the way to Manorhaven Beach Park.
Please join us and learn how this greenway will link recreational, cultural and natural features of Port Washington, providing pathways for people and improving quality of life.
For more information call 767-9151.
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